It’s time for October’s competition round-up

We’ve got details of two competitions this month, offering you a chance to compliment your studies and win yourself some great prizes! We’re bringing you details of: RBS Entrepreneurial Challenge Deloitte Capture the Flag RBS Entrepreneurial Challenge RBS are running an entrepreneurial challenge across universities in London & Edinburgh to see which team can raise the most… More It’s time for October’s competition round-up

Introducing: The Principal’s Global Leadership Award (PGLA)

We’ve got Adelah Bilal here again today with details about another of the King’s Experience awards…. “Everyone has the potential to be a leader” “There’s a leader inside us all” “You can lead too!” I’m sure you’ve heard this all your life, but is it really true – can anyone really be a leader, and… More Introducing: The Principal’s Global Leadership Award (PGLA)

Act quick – Careers Events for Disabled Students

We’ve got details of two pretty exciting looking career events for students with disabilities or long-term health conditions. Investing in Talent gives you the chance to find out about opportunities available in Investment Banking, and BlackRock are also hosting a networking evening where you’ll be able to meet members of their Ability Network. Both these… More Act quick – Careers Events for Disabled Students

Careers in Clinical Psychology

If you want to get into Clinical Psychology, then you’ll definitely want to read this post from Seyran Khalilli, Postgraduate Student in Psychosis Studies, and Marketing Assistant at King’s Careers & Employability. And we’ve got an Information Evening coming up if you’re interested in finding out about the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. If you’re interested… More Careers in Clinical Psychology

World Mental Heath Day 2018 – We’re here for you

Mental health – we’ve all got it. “Mental health is just like physical health; everybody has it and needs to look after it.“ That’s a recent comment from MIND, and they’re right. And we believe that, just like physical health, our mental health can vary at different times in our lives for a mixture of reasons,… More World Mental Heath Day 2018 – We’re here for you

My First Steps: Louis Mignot, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)

Another new week brings the latest post in our My First Steps series. Up this week we’ve got Louis Mignot, a recent War Studies graduate with an interesting tale of how things not going to plan can still lead to you going down a desirable career path…. I graduated from King’s in 2016 in War… More My First Steps: Louis Mignot, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)

My First Steps: Kate Woods, Careers Consultant

We’ve got the latest in the My First Steps series, in which Marketing Assistant Seyran Khalili interviews various professionals about their first steps after graduating, and their advice for currrent students and recent graduates. Up this week, it’s Kate Woods who works as a Careers Consultant here at Careers & Employability…. Kate Woods is one… More My First Steps: Kate Woods, Careers Consultant

Introducing: the King’s Experience Global Award

Another post today courtesy of Adelah Bilal, Administrative Assistant in the King’s Experience team here at Careers & Employability, who along with a few students is here to introduce another award in the King’s Experience roster, the Global Award. And why not check out our posts from last week on the London Award and the Leadership and… More Introducing: the King’s Experience Global Award

My First Steps: Katie Black, King’s Internships Manager

After a few weeks away over the summer, we’re back with the latest post in the My First Steps series, which sees professionals recounting their careers journeys and the steps they took to get where they are now. Today’s piece sees a conversation between Seyran Khalili and Katie Black, King’s Internships Manager here at Careers… More My First Steps: Katie Black, King’s Internships Manager